One of the benefits of being single and unattached is you are free to make changes so when I had an opportunity to move to California I jumped at it, thrilled the destination was near Mt. Shasta. I would finally have the opportunity to experience the famous vortex. Once in California I rented an apartment and imagine my surprise when I opened the blinds and saw Mt. Shasta out my living room window! I knew I was in the right place and soon I met the right people to expand my repertoire. Through them I finally got around to exploring my Native American heritage and that was just one aspect of living in the Shasta vortex. I tried to be open and receive all the information I could and began to comprehend the implications and nuances of the 2012 shift I'd overlooked even though I had been on a spiritual quest my entire adult life. Relative to the mission the vortex revealed many secrets to me and I'm grateful. Should you have an opportunity to spend time at Mt. Shasta or anywhere on the Eagle ley line, Sedona to Fairbanks, hold on to your hat and go for it, it may not be easy but it's worth it.